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By plantmanager on May 19, 2018 2:06 PM, concerning Kitazawa Seed Company:

I recently learned about Kitazawa Seed Co here on the NGA. I ordered seeds of a variety of veggies, and they arrived in my mailbox 2 days later! They also included their catalog which is a very interesting read. I love that they also include recipes for many of the seeds they sell. They've been at this for 101 years, so you know they are a great company! I'll definitely be a return customer.

By TexasPlumeria87 on May 17, 2018 8:55 PM, concerning Puckett's:

Has a good selection of Texas native plants as well as plants adapted to hot, dry climates. There's also a good selection of herbs, annuals, and perennials. There's also lots of succulents and neat yard art.

By DLBee on May 16, 2018 7:14 AM, concerning Shady Rest Gardens :

Received my first order from Shady Rest Gardens and was very impressed with the size and quantity of the fans. And the bonus was large and one I would have picked myself. Communication was also prompt and informative.

Altogether, an overall good experience.

By GenXNEGeorgia on May 15, 2018 4:21 PM, concerning Tomato Growers Supply:

Great varieties, informative website, quick shipping and excellent product. Would not hesitate to recommend TGS to fellow gardeners!

By GenXNEGeorgia on May 15, 2018 4:20 PM, concerning Sand Hill Preservation Center:

Their order processing time was a bit slower than other seed companies but they warn you ahead of time that it is a small business with few employees.

The seeds, on the other hand, are awesome! I ordered a bunch of tomato plants, some basil, peppers and squash. Everything germinated and the plants are doing well! I would not hesitate recommending them to fellow gardeners!

By jmorth on May 15, 2018 12:25 PM, concerning Almost Eden:

Excellent company with a wide selection of plants. Easy to navigate web site. Extraordinary packing, timely, helpful (great customer service)!

By GenXNEGeorgia on May 13, 2018 6:52 PM, concerning TomatoFest:

I bought half of my heirloom seeds from TomatoFest and they all germinated with no issue. I plan to order from them again.

I ordered five packets of seeds and they sent two bonus packets. One was a heat-tolerant variety (which I didn't know existed!), Porter. Learning more about heat resistant varieties should help me have a better yield!

By GenXNEGeorgia on May 13, 2018 6:48 PM, concerning Southern Exposure Seed Exchange:

Seeds arrived promptly and all successfully germinated. I am very happy with the customer service and their seeds. Their website is informative!

By plantmanager on May 13, 2018 6:18 PM, concerning Perfect Plants:

I ordered 2 Agapanthus plants recently. They came yesterday. They were absolutely beautiful large plants in the pot they were grown in. The soil was held in by paper and the pot was bagged in plastic and zip tied. Not a leaf was damaged. This was the nicest packing I've ever seen and the plants came across the country in perfect shape. I got them planted today and can't wait to see them bloom. I'll definitely be ordering again. The plants were shipped very quickly, too. Perfect Plants has my highest recommendation!

By urania1 on May 13, 2018 11:40 AM, concerning Stout Iris & Daylily Gardens at Dancingtree:

Wow. I love the iris this company offers. I ordered from them for the first time last summer. This spring all of the iris I ordered from them bloomed. They also send fabulous bonus irises, not the less attractive iris that some companies send.

By SpringGreenThumb on May 12, 2018 8:15 AM, concerning Deerbusters Deer Fence (

I live in a steep canyon next to a creek on the edge of wild forest with a beautiful view and waterfalls. For years I've struggled with deer and other invading wild life such as the occasional coyotes and lions. Additionally, hikers will pick the fruit off my trees. I've tried everything from repellent to motion sensor sprinklers. There were times I was in tears at the damage that was done. I didn't want to put up a solid barrier because it would ruin the beautiful view, make my gardens ugly, and I could not afford to fence off 3 wild acres of steep, undeveloped, rocky terrain with cliffs and streams. What's the point of a garden if you can't see it?

I won a roll of Deer Busters invisible fencing in the raffle. Here is a picture of it installed around the exterior of my garden. Do you see that hideous 8-foot deer barrier? Neither can I!!! 💕💕

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This picture is taken from 30 feet away. It works perfectly. Not one plant has been nibbled or trampled since the fencing was erected, plus I will get to eat my own peaches this year.

I need about 300 more feet for the other side of the creek, which I will order from Deer Busters. This is the BEST product I have tried that doesn't make my yard ugly.

If you are suffering, here is your answer. The anxiety and tears have stopped. I have felt nothing but joy and safety every time I look at it. I recommend this awesome product a thousand times over.

Here is a picture of the fence from 10 feet away. It's super strong.

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God bless whoever invented this product. 💕💕

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